Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: Role of the Cath Lab
From batchUser on August 23rd, 2021
- Introduction by Moderator: Amar Krishnaswamy, MD
- Case Presentation: Zachary Il'Giovine, MD
- Importance of Shockable Rhythm & CPR Time: Thomas Beers, MPA
- Rapid Management – Emergency Services Perspective: Alia Whitman, MD
- Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Strategies: Grant Reed, MD
- Where is the “Stop Sign” in Front of the Cath Lab?: Christopher Bajzer, MD
- Comprehensive CICU Approaches: Venu Menon, MD
- Neurological Prognostication after Cardiac Arrest: Joao Gomes, MD
- Identify critical determinants and decision making for Emergency Services.
- Identify sub-population of out of hospital arrests whom will benefit from heart catheterization.
- Discuss out of hospital arrest outcomes and quality assessment of PCI programs.
This online series is designed for physicians, allied health practitioners and students interested in complex cardiovascular and thoracic conditions.
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